Question about Vector 1000w Power Inverter
When i bought my inverter brand new I tested it with jumper cables and it worked fine. then i hard wired it with #2 welding wire directly to the battery. I tested it with a 500w work light and it worked fine. then i let it sit for maybe 10 minutes (with the light off). when i came back the red light was on and the power level lights would flash every 3 seconds or so. I can hear the fan trying to start every time the power level lights flash. No output at all. There's a small ground terminal on the back side but I thought that was to be used only if it wasn't mounted to something metal. Is that right?Any ideas? thanks, bryan
Sounds like a ground issue,Try this,Take the jumper cables and hook just the neg clamp tho the battery and the other end to the case of the inverter for a direct ground and see if that works..
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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